The AMD Embedded G-Series T52R processor is the world’s first integrated circuit to combine a low-power CPU and a discrete-level GPU into a single embedded Accelerated Processing Unit (APU). This unprecedented level of graphics integration builds a new foundation for high performance multi-media content delivery in a small form factor and power efficient platform for a broad range of embedded designs. Based on a power-optimized core, the AMD Embedded G-Series platform delivers levels of performance in a compact BGA package that is ideal for low power designs in embedded applications such as Digital Signage, x86 Set-Top Box (xSTB), IP-TV, Thin Client, Information Kiosk, Point-of-Sale, Casino Gaming, Media Servers, and Industrial Control Systems.
DirectX® 11 support lets you enjoy awesome graphics performance, stunning 3D visual effects and dynamic interactivity.
Advanced discrete-level GPU with OpenGL 4.0 and OpenCL™ 1.1 support in an integrated device provides support to build the designs of tomorrow, today
Unprecedented graphics performance/per watt thru advanced graphics and hardware acceleration delivering over 3X performance per watt of previous generation2.
Selective models, T56N and T40N, have additional boost capability enabled by AMD Turbo CORE technology without additional power draw.
Enabling Innovative Small Form Factor Designs - Smaller foot print and low power solution reduces overall system costs.
The integration of the APU reduces the foot print of a traditional three-chip platform to two chips, the APU and its companion controller hub. This simplifies the design, requiring fewer board layers and a smaller power supply, thereby driving down system costs.
Reduced Costs over the Product Life Cycle - A single, scalable platform design that allows OEMs to reduce development costs, optimize solutions and increase product stability.
A single APU architecture with an array of performance options, the AMD Embedded G-Series platform lets OEMs utilize a single board design to enable solutions that span from entry level to high end. The commonality of the scalable platform design across multiple product variants can help reduce development costs, simplify the supply chain and reduce operational complexity.
AMD’s embedded lifecycle, with planned availability of at least 5 years, helps to ensure a long life for an OEM design.